Initial public offerings (IPOs), which is where a business first lists its securities on a securities exchange or offers them to the public under a disclosure document. There are stringent listing and due diligence requirements here that must be adhered to
Equity financing, which involves selling a section of the business to an investor. This can be lucrative, but means handing over some control of the company
Venture capital and private equity
Joint ventures, which is a commercial agreement between two or more participants to cooperate in relation to a joint business objective.
Securitisation, which is a financing method that involves selling large pools of cash-generating assets (such as mortgages) to a special purpose vehicle (SPV) who pays for the assets by issuing interest-bearing securities into the capital markets Debt financing, which involves the company borrowing money from a lender and agreeing to pay it back (with interest) at later date. Typical forms of debt finance are a loan, a credit card, or a corporate bond. Corporate bonds are issued by a company to an investor. Interest payments are paid to the investor until the bond "reaches maturity”, when the payments stop, and the original investment is repaid.
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